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Look Around You   Your Vision of 2000   Dress-o-matic
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 Dress-o-matic - by Nathan Davis.  Please find enclosed my vision for the year 2000. The picture shows a man standing next to his "Dress-o-Matic" a machine that sprays clothes over him, as in the year 2000 space for keeping clothes will be limited. You will notice that the man is standing on blue grass, this is because scientists have discovered a way to change plant colours. The flying cars are the obvious transport method of the future. It will be too early, however, to change the colour of the sun.

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All the designs sent in so far...

The i-Trak - sent by Gordon Taylor.
Hood-ini - sent by Paul Hermitage.
Wall-o-vision - sent by James White.
The Thove - sent by Damien Deakens.
The Kettable - sent by Ross Nieuwburg.
Atomo-Pigeon - sent by Rob Burman BaSc (Baron of Scientologically).
Edible Music - sent by Oliver Llewellyn.
Maestro-matic 2000 - sent by Halson Hoek.
Multi-pencil - sent by Matthew Hare.
Materialiser Shoes - sent by Philip Boulain.
ChipsMade - sent by Tristram Grevett.
Chroma-Lens - sent by J Smith.
The Personal Cinema Helmet - sent by Richard Knights.
The Xystem 2000 - sent by Lee Hart.
Catlaze - sent by Paul Manning.
Harmonic Sex Change - sent by Rich Boakes.
Worms - sent by Dr Robert Graff PHD.
Portatoilet - sent by James McNaughton.
Crayonnaise - sent by Adam Campbell, John Murphy and Matthew Comber.
Ice Organiser - sent by James McDermott.
Roads - sent by Darren.
Dress-o-matic - sent by Nathan Davis.
The Happle - sent by Chris Harvey.
Machine - sent by Haddon C.D.
Toothbrush - sent by Oliver Pilsworth.
Zero Grav Kitty Litter - sent by Marie Griffiths.
The Five String Bass Guitar - sent by Gedi Eddington.
The Beard-Tidi Telephone - sent by Victoria Moon.
Flu Trains - sent by John Mary Stanton.

 



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